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Echinacea Extract Chicoic Acid

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Chicory acid, the main ingredient of echinacea extract, is the most widely used medicinal plant and is generally used for colds, toothaches, snake bites and other trauma. It has been used in the United States for many years as an alternative medicine to strengthen the immune system and clear blood, especially during seasonal changes and cold and cough-prone seasons.


Echinacea Extract


English name: Echinacea Herb P.E


学 Latin scientific name: Echinacea purpurea


Chinese name: Echinacea


Polygonaceae: Asteraceae


Polygonum: Echinacea


Used part: whole grass


history:


Echinacea is the most widely used medicinal plant in the Indian tribes of the Plains. It is commonly used for colds, toothaches, snake bites and other trauma. Native Americans have used it for many years as an alternative medicine to boost the immune system and clear blood, especially during seasonal changes and cold and cough-prone seasons. In 1887, it was introduced into the United States Comprehensive Treatment System and promoted for a variety of diseases from colds to syphilis. Modern research on this herb began in Germany in the 1930s.




Features:


The main active ingredients of echinacea, polyphenols, caffeic acid derivatives and polysaccharides have the following functions:


1. Immune stimulation


Inulin: It works by increasing the number of granulocytes and leukocytes, improves the chemotaxis of monocytes and neutral viruses, and produces a bacteriolytic effect.


Polysaccharides: T lymphocytes and hydrocarbon receptors on the surface of macrophages produce an immune stimulating effect, which can increase the phagocytic capacity of macrophages, and stimulate macrophages to increase the number of tumor necrosis factor, interferon and leukocyte mediators Destroy tumor cells.


Alkylamines and caffeic acid derivatives: Lipophilic alkylamines can increase the phagocytic capacity of macrophages.


Echinacea: Increase the activity of non-specific T cells, produce interferon, promote the secretion of lymphocytes, reduce T-helper cells, and reduce the ratio of T-helper cells to inhibitors.


2. Tissue renewal and anti-infective effect


Inhibition of hyaluronidase (hyaluronidase), can stimulate the growth of fibroblasts and the synthesis of glucosidase, produce a corticosterone effect, and promote the secretion of adrenal corticosteroids. Polysaccharides have anti-infective effects.


3. Antibacterial effect


Echinacea has weak antibacterial activity with caffeic acid derivatives.


4. Antiviral effect


Can inhibit influenza, herpes and vesicular virus, antiviral activity is attributed to the inhibition of hyaluronidase, which can block the virus receptors on the cell surface.


5. Toxic side effects


过多 Excessive dosage may cause a low fever, and dermatitis may occur in sensitive people.


现状 Application status at home and abroad:


Echinacea and its extracts are used for common infections or trauma, cold or flu, candida virus, candida laryngitis, staphylococcal infection, urinary tract infection, pelvic inflammation (PID), tonsillitis, upper respiratory infection, wound inflammation, toothache Or oral infections, mosquitoes, animal or snake bites, blood food poisoning, mules, abscesses, eczema, and more.
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